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  1. fire_mat99

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    I had dispute with a guy saying that computer should be well vent in a house with temp of 15 to 23 canadian.

    Also saying if computer is over 23 canadian or makes a burning smell its overheating and needs better vent and fans .

    I said to the person not to turn the heat passt 23 canadian or it will over heat and to put on jacket :eek:

    I also said not to that the temp of the house to go under 15 canadian that is too cold and will damage the computer

    What is your thoughts...
     
  2. Triple6

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    Uhmm, you mean Celsius...

    May I also recommend some grammar lessons, your question isn't very clear at all.

    A CPU temp of 23 degrees is pretty darn cool let alone 15 degrees.
     
  3. dai

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    mine starts up in winter 17-19 but quickly jumps up to 28-38c
    if it is smelling at these temps blow the dust out
     
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    I think he meant the room temp???
     
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    ...hmm would be harder to blow the dust out of the room....
     
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    Also saying if computer is over 23 canadian or makes a burning smell its overheating and needs better vent and fans .

    i take this as computer temp

    and this to indicate it needs cleaning

    if computer is over 23 canadian or makes a burning smell its overheating and needs better vent and fans .
     
  7. fire_mat99

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    yes its the room temp and
     
  8. fire_mat99

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    sorry spelling :rolleyes:


    yes its the room temperature in Celsius
     
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    The only problem you might have with colder room temps, (15C is not cold), is condensation but, if the case is well ventilated, that won't happen. And as far as high temps go, if all is staying below their design limits, the room can be 38C and not cause problems. Try south Texas in August when the air conditioner craps out.
     
  10. fire_mat99

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    Ya so if its 15C its okay or 38C is okay ..
    hank even in LA or Mexico its okay!!! :D

    But the condensation is not good :eek:
     
  11. Derrick

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    I think he's full of it! I live in Canada and my computer runs at 28 degrees "Canadian" and gets too underload around 53C, with a room temp of 20C ,.. thats a prescott by the way! You sure that burning smell isn't coming from his head :D
     
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